Auvray joined the Red Bulls in midseason after being acquired by the club from Sporting Kansas City. The Guadeloupe International captained his country at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup and will provide New York with midfield depth
2010: Signed with the club in January. Played and started in 21 games in his first season and recorded one assist. After missing two months due to injury, Auvray became a key component in the team’s 4-3-3 formation playing in the defensive midfield role. Also started in friendly against Manchester United and appeared as second half substitute in U.S. Open Cup play-in match against Colorado.
2009: Appeared 11 times for Nîmes Olympique in the French 2nd division.
2004-2009: Made 144 appearances as a defensive midfielder for Vannes OC, scoring one goal.
2002-2004: Moved to lower division side GSI Pontivy, where he made 58 appearances, scoring four goals in two years with the team.
1994-2002: Promoted to Caen’s B team in 1999, which plays in the Championnat de France Amateur (equivalent to the 4th division). Made 41 appearances in three years with Caen B, scoring one goal.
Captain of the Guadeloupe national team, having made 20 appearances. Scored two goals for the squad, one coming against Nicaragua in the 2009 edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup and the other against Puerto Rico in the 2010 qualifying for the Caribbean Cup. Led Guadeloupe to a surprising run to the semi-finals of the 2007 Gold Cup and also captained his country to championship match of 2010 Digicel Caribbean Cup, qualifying Guadeloupe for the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Left the island of Guadeloupe at the age of 14 to join the youth academy of SM Caen.
As Guadeloupe is an offshore department of France, players from the nation are eligible to play for the French national team. Players with Guadeloupean roots that have played for France include Lilian Thuram, Thierry Henry, and William Gallas.